- The rise of the 99-cent Kindle e-book (reviews.cnet.com)
- How to Publish (chooseyourpublisher.com)
- How to Get your E-publication on Amazon’s Kindle Readers (crazydreamersdo.com)
- Kindle Fire HD Tablet Review: 10 Pros and Cons, and Apple iPad Mini vs Amazon Kindle Fire comparison published by Tablet XRay (prweb.com)
I published my first novella on Amazon in May 2012. It was a… unique experience for me. I had originally planned to write a book and try to get it published the traditional way. But once I found out about Amazon’s KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing) program, all thoughts of letting someone else publish for me flew out the window.
I have nothing against traditional publishers at all. In fact, I would love to have their marketing capabilities and contacts. But I have enjoyed having creative control from start to finish. For someone with my self-contained personality, it seems to work okay.
So far, I have not had a bestseller doing things this way, and I don’t know how long I will continue to do it. But I just want to share what I think about KDP in the few months that I’ve used them to publish.
First, it was cool…
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